Eating food may just be what your body needs to finally lose weight.
But don’t run to the refrigerator and start eating, you need to know which foods may help to lose weight and which foods may pack the pounds on.
If you are like most people you probably thought that reducing your calorie intake was how to lose weight.
The wisdom that “a calorie is a calorie” may be what has done much to contribute to the ever growing overweight and obesity rates in the U.S.
Yes, you can probably lose weight if you eat fewer cookies, and hence fewer calories, but you’re not going to get healthier by eating cookies. We all can agree on that.
Replacing these cookies with a nutritious food may decrease your weight or weight gain which only makes sense.
Stating it this way shows you that all calories are NOT created equal, and will not have identical effects your weight or health.
In fact, one study showed that obese subjects ate 81% more total calories after eating two meals of instant oatmeal than they did after eating two meals with the same calories in the form of a vegetable omelet and fruit.
In other words, you don’t just get fat because you eat too many calories without exercising enough, you get fat from eating the wrong kind of calories.
To eat your way thin, you should avoid, sugar, refined fructose, grains, and processed foods
Only eat a diet of whole foods, ideally organic and don’t eat carbs in the form of grains.
Eat large amounts of healthy organic vegetables.
Only eat a moderate amount of high-quality protein that is organically raised, pastured animals.
Eat as much high-quality fats as you want (saturated and monounsaturated).
For optimal health, you probably need somewhere around 50% to 85% of your daily calories in the form of fat.
This may sound like a lot to you, but the largest portion size would be vegetables because they contain so few calories.
Fat is calories dense and just one tablespoon of coconut oil contains around 130 calories and is a very healthy fat.
Other great sources of healthy fats include coconuts, avocados, butter, nuts, and animal fats.
You can also intake high-quality source of animal-based omega-3 fat in the form of krill oil.
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